About ram company
RAM Company is dedicated to continual improvement in providing our customers with the best design solutions while maintaining an on-going commitment to provide product that meets all quality requirements, on time, and at competitive prices.
Serving since 1975
Ray and Melzie Ganowsky founded RAM Company in 1975 and have subsequently built a World Class organization employing many highly skilled workers, including their son Kevin, RAM's current General Manager.
RAM Company designs and manufactures solenoids and valves with exacting standards for NASA, the military, undersea submersibles, and a variety of commercial applications. Our commitment to innovation and excellence begins with the example of our founder Ray Ganowsky. Ray holds 23 U.S. and foreign patents for solenoid design, and has received many awards and recognitions such as The Governor's Medal for Science and Technology, and the City of St. George, Utah's prestigious "Entrepreneur of the Year" award.
Management has a strong desire for growth and cutting-edge technological advancement, and recently doubled the size of RAM's facility in order to accommodate growing demand and to increase product flow. In addition, our advanced engineering knowledge base allows us to expand into new, challenging areas of design and production capability. RAM has developed a steady culture of technological advancement and improvement, and is aggressively moving toward its goal of becoming the world's most reliable supplier of customized solenoids, solenoid valves, check and relief valves, and pressure switches.
With over 1200 designs and a solid history on innovation and commitment, RAM Company truly is your design solution!
RAM serves companies from all over the world. Our solenoids and valves appear on many products, including those built by the following companies & agencies.
- Airbus Industries
- Boeing Aircraft
- General Dynamics
- Sikorsky Aircraft Corp
- United States Army
- United States Postal Service
- University of Hawaii
- 700 Series Aircraft
- Aircraft Engine
- International Space Station & Space Shuttle
- Comanche Helicopter
- Abrams M1A1 Tank
- Postal Sorting Machinery
- Deep Sea Submersible Pisces-V